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Google Gears Down for Tougher Times
After its August 2004 IPO, Google saw its shares soar as it rolled out scores of innovative, but unprofitable, products. Facing slowing revenue and a tough stock environment, the company is now trying to determine where to focus its spending more narrowly, to pic up its growth rate. Below, track key product launches against Google’s weekly stock price.
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